Autumn Tree Coloring Page

Although autumn brings with it an array of new colors... oranges, gold, browns and maroons... filling our landscape with a bold splash of color... often our skies are dreary and gray. Thank goodness for all the colors in our trees and bushes. You can use today's coloring page to try to reflect the realism of the season or let your imagination run wild and have a rainbow of colors. The choice is yours!

Here is our newest coloring page based on our Autumn Tree Applique Block. Children... or you... can use markers, crayons or paintings. The only requirement is to have fun :)

Pattern for Autumn Tree Coloring Page can be found HERE.

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Autumn Tree Applique Block


One of the things I love so much about Folk Art is how it reduces things to their simplest forms... plus that extra dash of whimsy. Many of the projects on Wee Folk Art are in that style, including this very simplistic Autumn Tree Applique Block. Although using very simple shapes, this tree conveys the beauty of the season and reduces the complexity of nature to its simplest forms.  


As always, this applique was designed to fit on a 6" x 6" block but it can be enlarged or reduced to meet your need. Now that it's time to embrace autumn, we hope this little applique comes in handy!


The pattern for the Autumn Tree Applique Block can be found HERE.

The tutorial on How to Enlarge and Reduce patterns can be found HERE.

The tutorial on How to Cut Out Felt can be found HERE.

The Stitching Glossary can be found HERE.


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Knit Rainbow Petal Skirt

This skirt is an easy pattern for beginning knitters to tackle. Each of the 7 petal sections are knit flat as individual pieces. When all the petal are complete they are whipped stitched together to form the skirt.

Sizes: XS (19.6in), S (22.4in), M (25.2in), L (28in)

Choose a size that is a couple inches larger than your child's waist measurement. You will add an elastic band to cinch up the waist to fit exactly.

Yarn: For this project I used Shine Worsted Weight Cotton from Knit Picks. I did each petal in a different color. You will make 7 petals.

For Pixie's skirt in child medium, I used every last inch of each skein. (Actually I was a bit short on two of the colors and had to bind off one row early - not that you can tell). You will need 1 skein per color for sizes XS and S. It is possible the M can use just 1 skein per color but just to be safe you might want 2 skeins for the M. You will need...Read more

Artterro Give-Away :: Craft Kits

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My grandson would love the wire & beads kit. Whenever he visits he "helps" me make presents for his Mom.

Sponsor: Artterro: Eco Art Kits

Give-Away Date: Saturday, September 13, 8am EST – Monday, September 15, 8am EST

Number of Winners: 1

Prize: One Art Dolls Kit and One Wire & Bead Art Kit

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Art Dolls

Fun friends to design, dress and treasure forever. Cut, sew and

Painted and Woven Stick Bouquet

Lately, there have been several stick crafts including painting sticks, weaving between and adorning with fiber and beads. My plan is to fill up this basket with an assortment of sticks. This project is far from done, but thought I'd share what I've done so far.

To begin with, I want these sticks for my new bedroom. I want the colors to match my bedroom area rug


the basket

and my house paint colors. The paint in these bowls are the paints from the walls of my house. I have used them, in part, to paint my first few sticks.

I began by pruning one of my witch hazel bushes. This bush it trying desperately to cover our shed so regular pruning is warranted :)

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The Printed Word

Forgive me Madonna for hijacking your song but... "You know that we are living in a digital world, and I am a digital girl." Obviously, I spend a hefty chunk of each day using digital devices. Running our Wee Folk Art blog and Facebook page, means I'm at my computer a lot. Also, I do download books to my Kindle and I listen to books on Audible. It just suits my busy lifestyle.

However, no matter how digital I've become, there is still something magical about holding printed materials in your hand. Often, date nights for Tim and I involve a lovely dinner followed by a leisurely visit to Barnes and Nobel. Is there any scent more intoxicating than a book store? I think not. Tim and I kiss at the entrance, than go our separate ways. I head off to the craft books, peruse that latest best sellers, make a not-so-quick tour of the children's section (where I'm as apt to buy a book as anywhere else in the store) check out some favorite magazines, and then locate 2 open chairs next to each other and plop down. Soon, Tim will...Read more